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ABOUT RODDY TREE RANCH

An experience you won't find anywhere else

ABOUT THE RANCH

Time goes by... Roddy Tree Ranch stays the same.

Located in the heart of Texas Hill Country, Roddy Tree Ranch provides memories and heartfelt moments. Providing Retreats, Accommodations and even weddings, Roddy Tree Ranch continues to serve its community and those who stay with them.  
Roddy Tree Ranch is located between Ingram and Hunt on Highway 39. A tranquil property with 800 feet of access to the Guadalupe River, it is convenient to Ingram Lake and dam, Old Ingram Loop antique stores & art galleries, Downtown Kerrville shops, the Point Theatre, and all area summer camps. Roddy Tree Ranch is only 1 hour from San Antonio, 40 minutes to Lost Maples, and just 25 minutes from Comfort or Fredericksburg.
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BEST VACATION LOCATION

This is our 6th year here at Roddy Tree. Our annual Hill Country Vacation is a family tradition that started back in the 40's...memories we make here will last a lifetime.


-The Brandt & Borski Families
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A SECOND HOME

"The Roddy Tree Ranch is like our second home. This is our go-to spot anytime we need to getaway. My husband and I have stayed in several of the cabins over the years and they each have their own charm."

-Nancy Atkins
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WISH I COULD HAVE STAYED LONGER

Roddy Tree is a great place to stay. Five days and four nights was just a little to short. I've spent a week at other resort areas and was bored after three or four days. After five days at Roddy Tree, I wished I could have stayed longer.

-Kenneth Franks
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ABOUT THE RANCH

Time goes by... Roddy Tree Ranch stays the same.


The following comments are from Innkeeper Gretchen about Roddy Tree Ranch, a collection of Texas Hill Country Cabins, Cottages & Vacation Rentals on the Guadalupe River near Kerrville and Fredericksburg in the heart of Texas. Here she gives a little history of how the inn got its name and our deeply rooted feelings about the Guadalupe River area.
"For me, the Hill Country has always been a Family Vacation Tradition. Starting in the 1930's, my grandparents, Allie, and Rhea Roddy, and my mother, Helen, spent summers, holidays, and weekends here on the Guadalupe. As I was growing up, my own family came here for the summer and every chance we got. Rhea and Allie had a place down the road everybody called the Roddy Tree where we welcomed family and friends. Today, in honor of two wonderful people who first introduced us to a tradition of hospitality and love for the Texas Hill Country, my parents and Keith and I continue this love affair at Roddy Tree Ranch. "
- Gretchen Gambrell Asbury


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